DELAWARE STATE FIRE PREVENTION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Delaware State Fire Prevention Regulations, Part IX, Fire Service Standards
Chapter 4 Minimum Requirements offor the Establishment of Fire Companies and Sub Stations
The Delaware State Fire Prevention Commission will hold a public hearing pursuant to 16 Del.C. §6603 and 29 Del.C. §101 on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 at 1:00 P.M. in the Commission Chamber, Delaware State Fire School, Delaware Fire Service Center, 1463 Chestnut Grove Road, Dover, Delaware. The Commission is proposing changes to Part IX, Fire Service Standards, Minimum Requirements of the Establishment Fire Companies and Substations, to update the regulation related to substations and to make the regulation applicable to the establishment of additional Emergency Medical Service (EMS) stations as well as fire substations.
Persons may view the proposed changes to the Regulations between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the Delaware State Fire Prevention Commission, Delaware State Fire School, Delaware Fire Service Center, 1463 Chestnut Grove Road, Dover, Delaware, 19904, or Office of the State Fire Marshal located at the Delaware Fire Service Center, 1537 Chestnut Grove Road, Dover, Delaware, 19904, or the Regional State Fire Marshal’s Offices located 2307 MacArthur Road, New Castle, Delaware and 22705 Park Avenue, Georgetown, Delaware, 19947. You can find the meeting announcement and proposed changes on the Delaware Website http://www.delaware.gov/egov/calendar.nsf or on the Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office webpage at www.statefiremarshal.delaware.gov under the tabs “Services” and “Proposed Changes”. There will be a reasonable fee charge for copies of the proposed changes or the proposed changes may be retrieved from the webpage for free.
Persons may present their views in writing by mailing their views to the Commission at the above addresses prior to the hearing. The final date to submit written comments shall be at the public hearing. If the number of persons desiring to testify at the public hearing is large, the amount of time allotted to each speaker may be limited.
The Commission will consider promulgating the proposed regulations immediately following the public hearing.